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Howrah is the second largest city in West Bengal after Kolkata. Howrah Station serves as a terminal for two railway zones of India: the Eastern Railway and the South Eastern Railway. The headquarters of both these zones are at Howrah Station itself, which is one of the busiest railway stations in India. It also serves as an important inter-city rail station between Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai Howrah was founded by Bengali businessman Srichandra Nandy on 10 August 1641 (or 20th Baisakh 1283 Bikram Samwat) near a canal that flowed from Hooghly to meet Bhagirathi River near Joka. The settlement grew into an important trading town during British rule.